Fill your boots: 5 BTTS picks for Thursday's Europa League
From Prague to Portugal, these European games promise goals, and - with our 11/1 five-fold - profit.
Slavia Prague v Villarreal
These sides drew 2-2 when they met in Spain a fortnight ago, and a similar result is likely in the return fixture.
Slavia Prague have scored in each of their last six home games, netting twice or more on four different occasions.
They also conceded twice in their last home game – a 2-1 defeat to Slovan Liberec – and will struggle to keep a clean sheet against Villarreal, who have scored 12 in their last six matches.
Istanbul Basaksehir v Hoffenheim –
Hoffenheim’s 1-0 defeat to Werder Bremen last time out was the first away game in which they have failed to score this season.
But they should rediscover their touch in front of goal against Basaksehir, a team they against whom they scored three two weeks ago.
The Turkish side should also manage to find the net, as they have done in seven of their eight home games so far.
Young Boys v Dynamo Kiev –
Young Boys have been on fire at home recently, winning 4-1, 5-1 and 6-1 in their last three games at the Stade de Suisse.
They’ve also kept just one clean sheet in seven on their own patch, and let in two against Dynamo Kiev in their earlier meeting.
Dynamo are a similarly safe bet to both score and concede, given that there have been goals at each end in all of their last six away games.
Guimaraes v Marseille –
Guimaraes are one of the most reliable BTTS sides in Europe, with both teams getting on the scoresheet in nine of their last 10 games in all competitions, including their 2-1 defeat in Marseille last month.
The French side have been involved in plenty of open games themselves, with goals at both ends in four of their last five matches.
L’OM have registered in 14 of their last 15 matches, and kept just two clean sheets in seven on the road.
Steaua Bucharest v Hapoel Beer Sheva –
Steaua are averaging six goals per game over their last three matches, and have scored at least twice in all three of their Europa League games.
So they’ll surely score against Hapoel, who shipped six in their three group matches so far.
The Israeli side have both scored and conceded in all of their last eight games in all competitions, so this should be a safe bet.